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Lenovo ThinkPwn POC Ported to UDK2015

The Lenovo ThinkPwn zeroday (Oday) proof of concept (POC) that a UEFI application can write via SMM to SMRAM has been very widely and sensationally reported in computing news media, including SlashDot in the last week or so. The POC was developed by Dmytro Oleksiuk, an independent infosec researcher and developer, who once worked as a technician for Esage Lab and was one of the cofounders of Neuron, the first Moscow hackspace. Olelsiuk claims to be “currently engaged in the research of vulnerabilities and malware as a hobby.” His blog post on ThinkPwn is here and the actual POC source